Mira Rajput shares a great rapport with brother-in-law Ishaan. Here's proof!
Bhabhi Mira Rajput and devar Ishaan Khatter share the sweetest banter on Instagram on Shamira's second wedding anniversary!
Congratulations are in order!
Today, new parents Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput Kapoor are celebrating two years of matrimonial bliss. Yes, you read that right.
It has only been two years since they got married and had their nine-month-old baby girl Misha.
But it looks like they have been the best two years for this lovely couple.
Mira is a favourite with her in-laws
In fact, her father-in-law Pankaj Kapur only has great things to say about his beloved bahu.
"In case of Mira, it’s seems like I have always known her. She’s such a wonderful girl and she has got the family much closer. There’s lot more warmth and lot more dependability in each one of us now. To say the least, I am the most excited about becoming a grandfather," he said.
But the 22-year-old has also added one more achievement of her kitty in these two years. Her fabulous relationship with her brother-in-law, Ishaan Khatter.
Mira shares a great rapport with Ishaan and Sanah
The two who are almost of the same age are just like friends. In fact, at their wedding two years back, the hunky lad shared a picture of his entire family and captioned it: "My very own Bhaabhidoll."
And if that wasn't proof that he loves and respects his sister-in-law so dearly, he again posted a lovely picture of the family and wrote: "Brotherjaan and bhaabidoo turn 2! Happy anniversary, you fit together like a puzzle."
And the first family member to respond to this picture and send the kiss emojis was none other than bhabhi Mira Rajput.
Interestingly, on a popular chat show Mira had shared that when she first met her in-laws, she suspected that they had come to ask her hand in marriage for brother-in-law Ishaan. But later found out it was actually for Shahid.
In the same show, she also added that she was quite close to Ishaan as well as Sanah because they are all of the same age group and have a lot in common.
"Mira is an amazing girl, she is lovely, caring and she fits in the family very easily. We both bonded even before Bhaiya (Shahid) got married as we shared similar interests, we both read a lot," Sanah told the media at the time of their grand Delhi wedding.
Well, it seems that age is not a barrier for Mira because she has managed to make 13-years her senior Shahid fall head-over-heels in love with her and also gained respect and love from her brother as well as sister-in-law who are the same age as her.
And while it may have been easy for her, it's not always easy to break the ice and find common ground with the in-laws. So can how can one do it? Well, here are a few ways you can begin with.
3 ways to find common ground with the in-laws
- Share your life and be honest: This trait goes a long way in not only breaking the ice, but also in further cementing the relationship. Your in-laws will be there for the rest of your life, so it's better to be who you actually are in front of them. Be honest with your ideas and thoughts and do not lead them on into believing that you're somebody else.
- Appreciative their effort: After all your in-laws are your spouse' parents and they deserve equal respect and appreciation as your own parents. If they have done something for you, there is no harm in appreciating their effort and letting them know you acknowledge their good deed.
- Accept them even with their 'flaws': Let's not deny the fact that a marriage needs a lot of work and not only between two partners, but also between two families. So either way, both parties will have to adjust for the marriage to be a success. Therefore, it's a good idea to adjust and give in wherever needed.
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